Expedit/Kallax Scrapbook Storage: Kelly at Simply Kelly Designs

Check out Kelly’s blog post HERE where she talks about the IKEA Expedit (now re-named as Kallax) in her scrapbook room.

My favorite things:

– She made cubbies JUST for her kids’ books and projects that are accessible to them anytime.

– The baskets along the bottom are perfect for “hiding” things that maybe don’t look as neat as the rest of the shelves :)

– That colorful row of WRMK albums along the top; they just make me happy!

– Of course, the large white Expedit/Kallax itself, which has been on my Scrappy Wish List for years.

Do you have a special place for your kids, spouse, etc. to access their special memories and things? What’s your favorite part of your Expedit/Kallax?

Organized Scrapbook Studio: Penny from Penny {Scraps} Blog

I’ve known Penny online for years; I think it’s been since way back in the early 2000’s when we met on the Creating Keepsakes message board, then Peas and Peeps. She’s a lovely person and has a lovely scrapbook studio as well :)

Isn’t it gorgeous?! You can see the whole thing HERE on her blog.

My favorite things about it are:

– The red color on the walls really pops with the white cabinets and brown furniture.

– Penny’s true self and personality are throughout her space.

– That Ikea Expedit shelf and all those closed cabinets are a scrapbooker’s dream!

– She turned an antique hardware cabinet into primo scrapbook storage.

What did you find inspiring about Penny’s scrapbook studio?

Organized Scrapbook Studio: Nancy Nally with Scrapbook Update

I’m sure you’re a regular reader of SCRAPBOOK UPDATE – we all are! ┬áBut did you catch Nancy Nally’s post about her super organized scrapbook space? ┬áCheck it out HERE!

What I especially love:

– The light green paint color is so cheerful and light.

– Nancy uses IKEA products throughout her room, which are practical and affordable.

– All of the open workspace is usable for Nancy AND her family.

– There’s a place for her daughter to look at the albums Nancy works so hard on.

What are your favorite things about Nancy’s space?